Novel Tools and Methods

By SfN Staff
May 9, 2024

Felix Schneider discusses his open source tools and methods paper about neuron replating in an episode of the webinar series SfN Journals: In Conversation. Here is a teaser for the episode available to watch on-demand.

By SfN Staff
April 25, 2024

Two images of tree shrew retina captured with in vivo optical coherence tomography and ex vivo confocal imaging reveal densely packed, vertically elongated, and stratified axon bundles that are more like axon bundles in humans than in mice.

By SfN Staff
April 4, 2024

Looking back at ten years of eNeuro papers, this post features two papers published in 2015.

By SfN Staff
January 5, 2023

The image shows a clarified, 1-mm-thick sagittal section of whole brain from a transgenic mouse expressing a fluorescent reporter for caspase-3/7 activity.

By SfN Staff
October 27, 2022

This image shows a hippocampal neuron with endogenous labelling of the cytoskeleton proteins β-actin and β3 tubulin using CRISPR/Cas9.

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By SfN Staff
October 6, 2022

This paper offers a valuable comparison to guide neuroscientists in choosing an appropriate spike sorting algorithm.

By SfN Staff
December 16, 2021

An image of a wild-type mouse hippocampus expressing Cre-dependent green fluorescent protein.

headshots of Lex Kravitz and Mark Laubach
By Danny Flannery
April 22, 2021

Learn how and why eNeuro became a venue to publish and share Open-Source Tools and Methods papers.

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By Vishal Patel
August 6, 2020

Authors developed the open-source ToneBox tool, which allows both novice and expert behaviorists to automatically test hundreds of mice simultaneously on different behavioral tasks.

Image of Parley Belsey and Eric Yttri
By Rosalind S.E. Carney, DPhil
July 30, 2020

Parley Belsey and Eric Yttri tell the story about how they created a highly customizable, low cost and reproducible open-source behavior training platform for studying motor control, decision-making, and reaching reaction time in rodents.